Environmental conservation work in Mozambique
More of Africa urged to boost rhino numbers
After bringing Africa’s black rhinos spectacularly back from the brink of extinction one of the ...
After six years away: Marine Turtles return to Rolas Island in the Quirimbas National Park
Pemba, Mozambique – After more than 6 years since marine turtles or their eggs where last spotted ...
New guide to reducing bycatch goes online
As a service to the long-term sustainability of both fish stocks and fishing communities, WWF has ...
Dugong conservation in Bazaruto Archipelago National Park: Phase II
As part of the second phase of a WWF dugong campaign in Mozambique's Bazaruto Archipelago National ...
WWF Mozambique launches scholarships campaign
WWF is active in the Quirimbas National Park area since 2001, and gives support to the ...
Sea turtles threatened by rising seas
Sea turtles lay their eggs into the beach sand. Many return to the exact beaches that they were ...
Community-based tourism in Mozambique’s Quirimbas National Park generates income
WWF-Mozambique works with local communities in the Quirimbas National Park to identify eco-tourism ...
Alternative livelihoods contribute to marine conservation in Mozambique
In an effort to reduce threats to the country's fragile marine ecosystem, WWF is offering courses ...
WWF-Mozambique launches dugong protection campaign
A WWF campaign in two southern districts in Mozambique is helping to raise awareness of the ...
Factsheet: African Elephant
A powerful symbol of nature, the world's largest land animal is still under threat.